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Lidl Food Market requests village site-plan approval to move into space vacated by Michaels

Lidl Food Market requests village site-plan approval to move into space vacated by Michaels

By Phoebe Schwarz, Deputy Managing Editor
February 24, 2024

Lidl Food Market is seeking to move into the space formerly occupied by Micheals in the Pelham Manor Shopping Plaza, but must first receive approval of amendments to its site plan from the Village of Pelham...

Pelham ice hockey moves on to sectional championship; girls basketball secures spot in semifinals

Pelham ice hockey moves on to sectional championship; girls basketball secures spot in semifinals

By Gabby Ahitow, Executive Editor
February 24, 2024

The PMHS ice hockey and the girls basketball teams both made progress in the sectional tournaments during the winter break for the schools. Hockey had a bye in the quarterfinal round after receiving...

Trustee Will Treves discusses the boards unanimous decision to not grant the easement for the sewer project. (Source: Pelham Union Free School District video feed)

Village of Pelham denied easement by school board for Julianne’s Playground; use of eminent domain ‘an option’

By Pelham Examiner Editors
February 24, 2024

The Village of Pelham will not get an easement from the school district to build underground stormwater reservoirs and install pumps at Julianne's Playground. School Board President Dr. Michael Owen-Michaane...

Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Champ makes her budget presentation.

Preliminary school district budget increases spending 2.68% to $93.4 million; tax rise at 2.67%

By Gabby Ahitow, Executive Editor
February 20, 2024

Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Champ presented to the school board Feb. 12 a preliminary budget that increases spending by 2.68% to $93.4 million and seeks to maintain existing programs while the district works...

Pelham schools close Tuesday because of noreaster; county declares state of emergency

Pelham schools close Tuesday because of nor’easter; county declares state of emergency

By Charlotte Cohn, Assistant Managing Editor
February 13, 2024

The Pelham school district announced a snow day for Tuesday as a potentially powerful nor'easter approached the region, while Westchester County declared a state of emergency beginning at 10 p.m. Monday. The...

From left, Board Vice President Ian Rowe, President Dr. Michael Owen-Michaane and Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Champ.

Pelham school board continues to review Village of Pelham request to build stormwater reservoirs under Julianne’s Playground

By Annika Halvorson, Staff Reporter
February 6, 2024

The Pelham Board of Education continues to review the Village of Pelham's request to build underground water reservoirs and above ground pumps at Julianne's Playground, including exploring legal issues...

Democratic Manor board candidates Pringle and Cardwell discuss flooding, EMS problems, transparency

Democratic Manor board candidates Pringle and Cardwell discuss flooding, EMS problems, transparency

By Gabby Ahitow and Phoebe Schwarz
February 5, 2024

Democratic Pelham Manor village board candidates Kate Pringle and Mark Cardwell spoke Sunday about their reasons for running and what they hope to accomplish if elected during a campaign launch event at...

Pringle and Cardwell tapped by Pelham Manor Democrats to run for village board seats

Pringle and Cardwell tapped by Pelham Manor Democrats to run for village board seats

By Phoebe Schwarz, Deputy Managing Editor
February 1, 2024

Kate Pringle and Mark Cardwell were nominated Tuesday by the Pelham Manor Democratic Party caucus to run for the two village board of trustee seats on the ballot March 19, setting up the first competitive...

Danny Fund to celebrate 30 years of aiding children and families with annual gala

Danny Fund to celebrate 30 years of aiding children and families with annual gala

By Gabby Ahitow, Executive Editor
January 31, 2024

Danny, a resident of Pelham, was four when he was diagnosed with a rare, fatal form of leukemia. Pelhamites immediately organized to support his family, and from there The Danny Fund was formed. Now...

Pelham Manor board votes to install four stop signs, appoints inspectors for village election

Pelham Manor board votes to install four stop signs, appoints inspectors for village election

By Phoebe Schwarz, Deputy Managing Editor
January 30, 2024

The Village of Pelham Manor Board of Trustees voted Jan. 22 to install four new stop signs.  The signs are being placed on Monroe Street and Penfield Place where they meet Clay Avenue and on Hunter...

Republicans nominate Bennett and Owen-Michaane for reelection to Pelham Manor village board; Democrats caucus Tuesday

Republicans nominate Bennett and Owen-Michaane for reelection to Pelham Manor village board; Democrats caucus Tuesday

By Phoebe Schwarz, Deputy Managing Editor
January 29, 2024

Pelham Manor Trustees Bridget (Breda) Bennett and Maurice Owen-Michaane were nominated Tuesday by the Republican Party for reelection to the village board. Both will also appear on the Neighborhood...

Village of Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen presented the storm-sewer project to the school board.

Village of Pelham mayor’s pitch for Julianne’s Playground flood reservoirs draws skeptical questions from school board

By Annika Halvorson, Staff Reporter
January 22, 2024

Village of Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen faced skepticism Wednesday from some school trustees after presenting the village's proposed deal for the use of district-owned Julianne's Playground for reservoirs...

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